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Feb 10, 2013 4:00pm PST
governments have in banning pot dispensaries even though voters said medical marijuana is legal. peter, what's at the heart of that argument? >> there's two narratives to follow. one is a specific narrative. this narrative, the supreme court seems predisposed to uphold the right of local cities and counties to ban medical marijuana dispensaries. the larger narrative is the vagueness of california's medical marijuana laws. even though we were the pioneering state for legalizing medical marijuana. and basically we were at the point now where we have a $1 billion industry that hangs on the thread of language, which essentially says that qualified marijuana patients can collectively or cooperatively cultivate marijuana for medical purposes. that's it. it doesn't say anything about distribution. it doesn't say anything about transactions of money. it doesn't say anything about stores or storefronts. so california just has not put rules in place. another state like colorado has. it's getting less federal intervention that we're facing right now. there's a lot of issues being raised that come out o
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